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  1. Quid est nomen tibi?
    1. When
    2. What
    3. Who
    4. Where
  2. Villa consulis est magna.​
    1. to the consul
    2. by the consul
    3. for the consul
    4. of the consul
  3. Titus erit senator Romanus.​
    1. is
    2. has been
    3. will be
    4. was
  4. We come to school every day.
    1. Venimus
    2. Venitis
    3. Venit
    4. Venio
  5. Servus ex ________ properabit.
    1. agro
    2. agrum
    3. agrorum
    4. agri
  6. Tres equi et quattuor equi sunt _______ equi.​
    1. octo
    2. quinque
    3. septem
    4. unus
  7. Romani ludos _________ spectabant.​
    1. multos
    2. multis
    3. multa
    4. multas
  8. The slaves placed the food on the table.​
    1. cibum
    2. cibi
    3. cibus
    4. cibo
  9. Vocem pulchrae deae audivi.
    1. I shall hear
    2. I hear
    3. I heard
    4. I am hearing
  10. The girl likes to walk along the river.​
    1. ambulo
    2. ambulavit
    3. ambulare
    4. ambulabis
Culture
  1. Tarquin the Proud was the last of the seven Roman ______.​
    1. emperors
    2. consuls
    3. senators
    4. kings
  2. Which land is west of Italy?
    1. Hispania
    2. Aegyptus
    3. Graecia
    4. Germania
  3. Who was the goddess of love and beauty?
    1. Venus
    2. Juno
    3. Minerva
    4. Vesta
  4. The river that flows through the city of Rome is the​
    1. Via Appia
    2. Campus Martius
    3. Mons Capitolinus
    4. Flumen Tiberis
  5. The god who stole Proserpina and carried her to the Underworld is​
    1. Neptune
    2. Mars
    3. Vulcan
    4. Pluto
Derivatives & Language
  1. Quis erat rex deorum?​
    1. Apollo
    2. Mercury
    3. Jupiter
    4. Bacchus
  2. The customer complained vociferously.
    1. in a loud voice
    2. by letter
    3. with gestures
    4. with good humor
  3. When you make a mistake, you might say
    1. Mens sana in corpore sano
    2. Erare humanum est
    3. Carpe diem
    4. E pluribus unum
  4. What does the abbreviation i.e. mean?
    1. for the time being
    2. that is
    3. and the rest
    4. note well
  5. The English words laboratory, laborious, and collaborate share a root which means
    1. work
    2. move
    3. pull
    4. run

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